I have a toothy devil in my mouth sitting at the very back of the row and making sure I can never quite forget about him. But who cares about a naughty tooth, when there are blossoms and heavenly sweet strawberries from the garden and from the brink of the forest. And there is crispy lettuce – so fresh and alive I think I could live on it for ever and longer. And crunchy carrots and baby kohlrabi, which I love to eat with walnuts.
Dreams of pebbles and seagulls. Another kind gift from my dear friend Sabina and her daughter. A gentle, beautifully written story about courage and kindness in the midst of adversity.
Peaceful music during the day and crickets during the night. A bouquet of wild flowers in the dining room. They bring so much cheer into our home! And if I am quiet and still I can hear them teach me about true beauty, about the fleeting nature of life and the acceptance of the inevitable.
Have a lovely weekend!